Stellenbosch is by far the most famous wine region in South Africa. The surrounding mountains offer not only a spectacular panorama but also very good conditions for wine growing. The summers are relatively dry and hot here and the winters are sufficiently rainy. There are a total of 50 different soil types. In addition to the heat and the constant risk of fire, this is one of the greatest challenges for viticulture. However, this soil diversity also allows incredible variation in the cultivation of the vines.
Stellenbosch, a town of 20,000 inhabitants, has its own wine university and is considered the center of South African wine tourism. Stellenbosch is, so to speak, to South Africa like the Napa Valley to California or the Barossa Valley to Australia.
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Dry rosé with a wonderful fruity taste.
60% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir
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Product no.: SA-GLEN-01-2020
Notes of citrus, papaya, pear honeysuckle, vanilla, well balanced, complex, strong.
Robert Parker 2018: 92 points
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Product no.: SA-GLEN-02-2014
Excellent wine with an elegant bouquet of cassis, spicy plums and notes of toast in the background.
31% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Shiraz, 24% Merlot, 1% Petit Verdot
John Platter: 4.5 stars (90-94 points)
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Product no.: SA-KLZ-01-2021
WHITE WINE OF THE YEAR 2021!
Fantastic expression of a fruit driven Chenin Blanc.
100% Chenin Blanc
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Product no.: SA-WWT-01-2017
Ripe prunes, raspberry and blackberry flavours abound. Silky soft feel in the mouth with nutty and coffee flavours on the palate.
Goes very well will roasted meet, vension and cheese.
54% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Cabernet Franc, 14% Merlot
John Platter: 4 Stars, Tim Atkin: 95 Points, Falstaff: 93 Points
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Product no.: SA-SAX-02-2019
Soft gold yellow colour, fruity taste of tropical fruits and hazelnut, intensive and good balance, long lasting taste
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Product no.: SA-DET-02-2017
This soft, ruby-hued beauty, fragrances of plums, blue berries and a hint of dark chocolates.
Goes very well with all kinds of meat dishes.
42% Merlot, 21% Malbec, 16% Cabernet Franc, 12% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9% Petit Verdot
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Product no.: SA-DET-01-2018
The iconic blend from De Toren.
44% Cabernet Sauvignon, 26% Merlot, 14% Malbec, 9% Cabernet Franc, 7% Petit Verdot
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The Simonsberg is named after the first Governor of the Cape, Simon van der Stel, after which Stellenbosch is also named.
Emil and Sonette began a journey to create South Africas first 5 varietal Bordeaux blend with a philosophy of gentle winemaking.
The 1783 stamp on the labels signifies nearly 250 years of the family’s involvement in the wine industry
Gary and Kathy Jordan have been making world-class wines since 1993 on a farm with a history going back over 300 years.
In the heart of the picturesque Stellenbosch Winelands lies the century-old gem of the Kleine Zalze estate.
Witty, brilliant and occasionally provocative, Desiderius Pongrácz was a blue-blooded count from the Hungarian aristocracy.
The terroir at Saxenburg is perfectly suited to Shiraz and thanks to this varietal Saxenburg has become a prominent South African export.
Stellenrust was established in 1928 and has ever since produced some of superb quality wines that the Stellenbosch region from South Africa.
In 1984 the first Warwick Cabernet Sauvignon called ‘La Femme Bleu’- the Blue Lady - was released.
The Kaapzicht Estate is located in the area known as Bottelary, which is considered the best red wine region in Stellenbosch.
The Quoin Rock Winery was named after Quoin Point, the second southernmost point in Africa.
In South Africa Nico van der Merwe is a wine legend. His quality wines perfectly reflect the character and terroir of the Cape.
In 1995, Clos Malverne was the first winery to produce the classic Cape Blend, meaning at least 30% Pinotage, but no more than 70%.